As promised this week’s Share Your World is far more light hearted than last week’s. Effusive thanks to Mel of “Crushed Caramel..” for the graphic. I snagged it off her SYW post from last week.
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There are sometimes two sets of questions…one with images and one without (same questions). This is for ease of copy and pasting.
What makes you laugh?
I have a quirky sense of humor. I laugh at myself most of all, my sillymistakes and blunders. It takes little to make me smile and be happy. But one thing that Idon’tenjoy is the discomfort of others.That’s why the funnyvideos of peoplefalling or getting hurt doing crazy things is not going to make me laugh.
What’s the world coming to? (Credit to Mel of Crushed Caramel…)
We started civilization in caves.Maybe we are going back to that.Trying to destroy each other, hate on basis of someonebeingdifferent are are signs of primitivethinking.
In one sentence sum up the Internet.
Don’t take what you read on the internetas the gospeltruth.
If over time you replace parts on a car, at what point does it stop being the same car you bought? How many parts do you need to replace to make it a new car?
A new body and engine. If the seatbelts are from the previous car, it’sokay.
Gratitude is an attitude. Yea or nay? Explain your viewpoint please!
I liked how Fandango differentiated betweengratitude and attitude. I agree. We can have an attitude of gratitude and it is a blessing to have it. But plain attitude is just a pain, if you’regetting my drift. There is a need to teach people to be grateful and mindful of all the blessings of life. It will alsochange our attitude and make us happier and more contented.
I am writing to express my opinion, share my experiences and to maybe provide some insight. My blog is addressing women at 50 ( but men are welcome to read my posts) ,their issues and the questions that come up at this stage in life. I don’t aim to teach, but to learn together.
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